a medley relay in which the first member of a team runs 440 yards, the second and third members run 220 yards each, and the fourth member runs 880 yards.
A public packet-switched network using the ITU-T X.25 protocols, that provides dial-up access to services like Delphi, Portal, GEnie and Compuserve. (1994-10-17)
noun, Nautical. 1. a small pole or spar crossing a fore-and-aft sail diagonally from the mast to the upper aftermost corner, serving to extend the sail. noun 1. (nautical) a light spar pivoted at the mast and crossing a fore-and-aft quadrilateral sail diagonally to the peak
noun 1. an elf, fairy, or goblin. noun 1. (in folklore) a nimble elflike creature, esp one associated with water 2. a small dainty person 3. an icon in a computer game which can be manoeuvred around the screen by means of a joystick, etc operating system An operating system from Berkeley supporting multiprocessing and […]
noun 1. ghost crab.